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    Most of her stuff is completely off the wall,...

    Most of her stuff is completely off the wall, though.
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    Gwyneth Paltrow article

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-56179846

    Whilst I do think that she is completely barking, I do think there is no harm in fasting until 11am each day, or going keto. She can keep...
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    I don’t go to Tesco etc very much, always amazed...

    I don’t go to Tesco etc very much, always amazed me when younger checkout staff had to ask what things such as runner beans were. Maybe that’s why they all come in packets now. Even my butcher had...
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    If the west stopped wasting food at the rate we...

    If the west stopped wasting food at the rate we do, it would be a start!
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    I just had a quick count, and including different...

    I just had a quick count, and including different leaves, fresh herbs etc, I’m up to 20 since Friday (and that’s just the ones I remember). But don’t think I will hit 30
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    Tim Spector article

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/4ngFdC99h4cj2gbk8Bs9Tg6/7-myths-about-food-that-have-fooled-us-all
  7. Or The Science will lead you to the eat badly...

    Or The Science will lead you to the eat badly plate...
  8. Poptart consuming couch potatoes. Now thereís...

    Poptart consuming couch potatoes.

    Now thereís an image that will stay with me.
  9. It strikes me that the covid crisis offered the...

    It strikes me that the covid crisis offered the biggest opportunity for years to hammer home these messages, and it’s been ignored - and deliberately so, in my view. I don’t know if it’s food...
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    I haven't looked at your link Gilli, however,...

    I haven't looked at your link Gilli, however, given the explosion in human population, it's inevitable that we are out of sync - ultimately, there will probably be a great population reset - indeed,...
  11. Thread: Peter Attia

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    Agree entirely HC!

    Agree entirely HC!
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    Getting a bit of cabin fever now, and missing...

    Getting a bit of cabin fever now, and missing socialising more as time goes on, but physically okay. Family are struggling a bit, I think, daughter still jobless, son a bit wobbly (has anxiety...
  13. Thread: Peter Attia

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    Iím not sure we have evolved to deal with all...

    Iím not sure we have evolved to deal with all risks, we are vulnerable to viruses that could eradicate huge swathes of our population. If it was the case, why would we be concerned by the viruses...
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    Why do people never combine these drugs with...

    Why do people never combine these drugs with healthy eating?

    Nice to see you on here, Jules - how have you been?
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    Was discussing a daughters friend last night,...

    Was discussing a daughters friend last night, does SW. Daughter says if she gets through the day without using all her syns, she is almost compelled to use them to snack before bed. Eats loads of...
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    Why take care of diet if you can pop a pill...

    Why take care of diet if you can pop a pill instead? Sometimes I think we should just get on with what we know to be right and let the rest remove themselves from the gene pool. Life’s too short to...
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    When I need my French, all I remember is German! ...

    When I need my French, all I remember is German! I only did a German exchange, and most of what we learned was unrepeatable. Plus a taste for cold beer, chips and mayo...
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    Also translates as full of shit - faire le pleine...

    Also translates as full of shit - faire le pleine d'essence is fill up with petrol, not pregnant with petrol... and I thought pregnant was enceinte? Was that google? C'est pleine pour moi...

    If...
  19. Oh, but you can’t stop locked down people eating...

    Oh, but you can’t stop locked down people eating cake...

    A seem Malhotra got some pretty nasty feedback when suggesting similar 12 months ago to NHS staff.
  20. I could scream sometimes, it’s not like there’s...

    I could scream sometimes, it’s not like there’s anything to lose in trying it. Also implicated in our high rates of MS...
  21. Couldn’t agree more with your last sentence - we...

    Couldn’t agree more with your last sentence - we seem to get emotional about so much these days (and I don’t think it’s lockdown related).
  22. It’s not so much the meat is bad for the planet...

    It’s not so much the meat is bad for the planet that annoys me, as the ‘agricultural monoculture is the way forward’ idea. There is no indication where the nutrients to grow healthy plants come...
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    In the UK, we have fewer hospital beds per capita...

    In the UK, we have fewer hospital beds per capita than Germany and various other countries. Yes, we’re great at reacting, as Gilli said - but not so good at acting. The issue of people denied...
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    It's worth bearing in mind that an intensively...

    It's worth bearing in mind that an intensively treated older person has cost the NHS significantly more that is allowed for some life-changing treatments by NICE.
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